Purchase the SkyTracks Mixer package above!
Choose the "SkyTracks Mixer PLUS Chart" package and receive access to:
1. Sheet music and demo
2. SkyTracks Mixer access
3. Vocal Part Tracks
4. Minus-One Tracks
5. Recording Stems (for those who wish to use their own Digital Audio Workstation)
Choose the "SkyTracks Mixer MINUS Chart" If you've purchased the chart in the past and would like to buy only the SkyTracks Mixer package (still including all the learning tracks listed above).
The SkyTracks Mixer gives you access to a special webpage with a MIXABLE Multi-Track player of all of the recorded parts of the demo for this arrangement. You will receive a link to this page which you can share with your students so they can remotely access this versatile new learning tool, which works in browsers on desktops and laptops as well as mobile devices. Detailed instructions for how to use SkyTracks Mixers, including specific instructions about mobile device use, are included in the SkyTracks info pdf file you'll receive with your order.
CLICK HERE TO SEE AN EXAMPLE OF A SKYTRACKS MIXER.
Arranged by Sam Robson
Sam Robson, the UK's phenomenal young arranger and a member of an elite class of YouTube's vocal harmony specialists that includes Jacob Collier and Accent, has made his Earth-shatteringly gorgeous arrangement of "One Day I'll Fly Away" available now through KerryMarsh.com. Dramatically paced and driving to a powerful finish, the arrangement is sure to give your audience goosebumps and some tears. Edited for publication by Kerry Marsh, this version has a more reachable bass range than Robson's original recording, although it still lands on a D-flat in one spot, and uses an E-flat in another. The notation is laid out such that a persistent melody part often weaves in between the other SSA parts, helping choirs to clarify the melody in this thick-textured writing. Dollison and Marsh have rerecorded the arrangement with these and a few other practical edits, also allowing for Part Tracks and Minus-One tracks.
Below, hear Robson's original recording of his arrangement, and further below, see and hear the KerryMarsh.com edition recorded by Dollison and Marsh.